I don't know about the rest of you, but I LOVE riding in older saddles. It just seems like they're more comfortable besides the fact of being well broken in and are built a lot differently than most newer ones.
I have several saddles at my house, but I ride in three (one English, two Western), one Western of which I inherited from my late stepfather. Although both of my Western saddles were only made in 2007 and 1994, my English saddle, a Courbette Husar, was manufactured and sold in Switzerland in 1980. I also have my old English saddle that I sadly outgrew (my niece now rides in it) which was a Collegiate close contact made in 1985.
Here is my 1980 Courbette Husar:
I love the deep seat and forward position of this saddle, as well as the high back and the suede knee rolls. It also has hidden thigh blocks. (I know there are some similar new saddles, but I still consider this one a classic! You can't beat an older Courbette/Stubben!)
So how about you? What do you love about your older saddle(s)?